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DIY Sofa Cleaning For Your Home

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The sofa at your home is the central piece in your living area where most of the family members and kids relax after a heavy day or receive guests. A neat and clean sofa speaks a lot about the caretaker of the house. No matter, how hard you clean your upholstery; it is bound to get dirty due to the high traffic in that part of area. In fact, you need to make extra efforts to keep everything in a good condition. Your favorite sofa is getting a good amount of filth every day. Grime, dirty spills are inevitable.

Seeking professional upholstery cleaners once a year is greatly recommended if you want to extend the life of your couch. And, still, the couch is likely to get rough and tarnished long before Maytime cleaning, when you plan to call your local upholstery cleaner, and this expenditure is not really there in your budget. However, if your upholstery gets dirty and badly stained, don't be terrified, instead read this post on DIY sofa cleaning tips!

1. Vacuuming Your Couch Completely: Being the most-used furniture in your home, you should make it a point to vacuum it every now and then, when you spot any spills, and food left over's. Upholstered furniture collects a lot of dust and smut; however, vacuuming will pull out most of the impurity from the upholstered material. So, you should probably start with the job with extensive vacuuming.

2. Washing Your Couch: Although, washing your upholstery is not endorsed due to the amount of risk involved. But, there are few hoaxes you can employ to shun the real washing method. Prepare a concoction of hot water and few drops of cleaning solution. Dip a cleaning sponge in the concoction and squeeze out the excess mixture and start swabbing the surface your sofa. This technique will certainly revive the upholstery's fabric and freshen it.

3. Expel the Stains: This is probably the most complicated part of cleaning the upholstery on your own. Though, a spotless surface can be achieved using a specialized stain removal solution. But, this totally depends upon the type of fabric of your upholstery, and if the fabric is delicate, powerful detergent could ruin your upholstery. You can always browse online for home-made spot cleaning recipes. The common ingredients include Baking Soda, Salt and vinegar.

4. Let your Couch Dry: If you want to avert quick re-soiling, you need to completely dry-out your sofa, before putting it to use. For quick drying, you can place the sofa in the sunlight or let the windows open. But, make sure to thoroughly dry it, before sitting on it.

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